San Diego board signs off on plan to retain more failing students

06/2/2008 | San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego first-, third- and eighth-graders who fail academically will no longer be automatically promoted to the next grade, the school board agreed last week. A series of interventions are planned for students who are struggling, including extra help during the year, including after-school tutoring. Those students who continue to fail to make progress even with the additional help will be required to repeat a grade unless they attend summer school.

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